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2021 NIL changes the game
The NCAA allowed student-athletes nationwide to begin profiting from the sale of their name, image and likeness.
4 former collegiate athletes
On the WLJ Sports Law team.
Let us put our experience to work for you.
With a distinctive client-focused approach, WLJ’s publicity rights attorneys work to create and maximize personal and professional growth, endorsement opportunities and public awareness for our athletes and influencers, while adhering to the strictest ethical standards and legal rules.View all attorneys
Cal’s corporate and transactional practice encompasses an extensive range of business, tax and legal matters, including mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, securities offerings and executive email@example.com Learn more
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Antwan D. Phillips
Little Rock, AR
Antwan is committed to the community. He is a Little Rock native and has dedicated his free time to serve a number of nonprofits that focus on improving the lives of children, public education, and overall quality of life in Little Rock. His community involvement has helped establish and grow his municipal governmental relations firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more
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Little Rock, AR
Collins is an associate attorney with the firm. In his diverse practice, he effectively handles a variety of transactional and complex commercial litigation matters and also assists clients with their estate planning email@example.com Learn more
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Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) has recently come into play, but the WLJ Sports Law team and our intellectual property attorneys have been well-versed in publicity law and NIL matters for a number of years, including the successful drafting and enactment of Arkansas’ original publicity law for all residents, the Frank Broyles Publicity Rights Act.
With a team of past collegiate athletes and athletic attorneys, the NIL group is committed to helping professionals, student-athletes and businesses achieve success on and off the field by staying current with the NCAA regulations and the various school rules to make sure our student-athletes maintain eligibility while pursuing their business goals. In addition, our team of professionals routinely works with both influencers and businesses to counsel on licensing, proper social media usage, compliance with the Federal Trade Commission guidance on social media advertising and false advertising issues.